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FSimStudios London Ontario Status Update

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Over on Facebook, FSimStudios has given a status update on their CYXU – London (Ontario, Canada) scenery. We haven’t heard or seen much of this scenery for a little while, but now the team has broken the silence with a brand new set of previews.

The team shared that the release of the scenery is ‘imminent’, and should take place within a few days from their announcement. The release will initially be for Prepar3D, with the MSFS version of the scenery following shortly after. An X-Plane version is still under development, and FSimStudios is collaborating with Canada4XP for this. The team also shared that the scenery will be available on their website, Orbx Direct and SimMarket. Multiplatform bundles and upgrade discounts will be available, although the team has not yet shared details on these.

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Orbx Updates Landmarks London for MSFS

A brand new update for Orbx Landmarks London has been released for free for current owners of the product. The extensive update sees terraforming changes, new points of interest and changes to textures and modelling based on feedback. The new update adds a more accurate representation for the Queen Elizabeth II Bridge, additional ships and boats in meaningful areas, and
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Pilot Plus Wycombe Air Park for MSFS Releasing Soon

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UK-based development team Pilot Plus has announced that the release of Wycombe Air Park for Microsoft Flight Simulator will be ready for customers very soon. The small airfield in the UK, not too far from London itself, has already been released for Prepar3D and X-Plane 11, but this time, the product has been built from scratch to take advantage of
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Orbx Previews Products Coming to Microsoft Flight Simulator and Pricing Strategy

In a huge post over on the Orbx forums, the scenery development studio has given us a huge look into what products they are currently working on  for the new Microsoft Flight Simulator. Alongside airports, Orbx has announced a new series called Landmarks which will start covering cities in even more detail than what the base simulator will provide. Alongside the
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Orbx Officially Announces London City Airport

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Already announced unofficially at FSExpo just last week, Orbx has now officially announced London City Airport (EGLC) for X-Plane 11. London City Airport will be Orbx's first airport made completely with PBR textures. London City Airport is a rather famous airport for its challenging (steep) approach. The airport is only suitable for a range of aircraft, with the Airbus A318
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Orbx Previews London in TrueEarth GB South for Prepar3D v4

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Joining the bandwagon of numerous teasers Orbx has been releasing of TrueEarth Great Britain South for Prepar3D v4, over on their forum, they've released a new set showing the city of London in all of its glory. From the below previews, you notice the amount of detail embedded into this add-on to bring the South of England, specifically, London to life
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The Charity Scenery Project: Scenery For A Cause

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If you're like me, you probably don't give to charity as often as you should. If you're really like me, you also have an unhealthy scenery addiction for your simulator(s). Fortunately for people like you and I, we're able to solve both of these problems with the help of the Charity Scenery Project. The Charity Scenery Project was founded by Craig Tomkins,
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Prealsoft – HD Cities – London Autogen Released

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Prealsoft has released another product called London Autogen that requires London Photoreal Scenery to be installed in order to work properly. Both products are compatible with FSX and all versions of P3D - v1 to v4. London is the capital and the most populous city of England and the United Kingdom. Standing on the River Thames in the south east
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